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Re: “High-speed rail: Residents' "hybrid" plan gains with City Council, DOT

"And while the hybrid plan looks attractive now, she pointed out, no one has assessed what its negative impacts would be to the same degree that the negatives of NC3 and the NC1 and NC2 alternatives were revealed by DOT's Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS)."

So the research hasn't been done in this relatively small new alternative section, but I thought overall the environmental (and residential, etc) impacts of NC1/2 were far less than NC3.
(and though the NC1/2 would also unfortunately affect the houses on that side, there would be fewer houses affected, according to documentation provided at several of the meetings)

Posted by SarahJoe on 09/01/2010 at 2:25 PM

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